Conservation & Restoration
Partnering with, and directly supporting organizations actively working to conserve and restore native plant populations.
Research & Education
Empowering students and our community to continue important research on Native Plants through grants and mentorship.
Providing opportunities to engage and learn about Native Plants through monthly talks, field trips and other fun events.
The Native Plant Society of New Mexico supports communities throughout the state working on projects that further education, restoration, and conservation of native plants. We invite undergrads, graduate students, teachers, researchers, conservation organizations, and anyone with an innovative project surrounding native plants.
The Native Plant Society of New Mexico (NPSNM) is a non-profit organization that strives to educate the public about native plants by promoting knowledge of plant identification, ecology, and uses; fostering plant conservation and the preservation of natural habitats; supporting botanical research; and encouraging the appropriate use of native plants to conserve water, land, and wildlife.
Stay tuned for upcoming workshop opportunities!
Projects and Support
Go Native! Support Endangered Plants.
Endangered Species Tattoos
Providing a Voice for Native Plants
Amazon Smile Supports NPSNM
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Grant & Funding Opportunities
Supporting Bright Ideas
The Otero Chapter of the Native Plant Society of New Mexico supports projects involved with the native plants of our state through a grant to university students in the botanical or natural resources fields at New Mexico State University and New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology. This year we have $2,000 available and the […]Continue reading
TWO MEETING LOCATIONS. CHOOSE THE ONE CLOSEST OR THAT IS MOST PREFERABLE TO YOU! The Native Plant Society has put on a series of workshops on making seed balls / seed bombs as an effort to educate on Native Plants, as well as a restoration effort to increase Native Seed populations in the Santa Fe […]Continue reading
The Natural Resource Institute and the Bureau of Land Management Taos Field Office seek volunteers to assist in field studies regarding one of New Mexico’s rarest butterflies: the “Anasazi” race of Yuma Skipper (Ochlodes yuma anasazi). Please read on to see if this project is for you . . . WHAT? We need volunteers who […]Continue reading